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The Heartbreaking end of “MARVEL KINGDOM” ON NETFLIX is here.

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Poster for JESSICA JONES SEASON 3

Jessica Jones season 3 will still happen ,even though Netflix has pulled the plug on Marvel, but it will be the final bow for the show. A lot of rage is diving the mind of Marvel fans but Jessica Jones Season 3 is only what they have now on Netflix!
The final season of Jessica Jones is coming later this year and I am proud of how we complete JJ’s journey,” star Ritter said on Instagram. “I can’t wait for you all to see it.”

“You’re coming across as paranoid.” “Everyone keeps saying that, it’s like a conspiracy.”
The voice of this dialogue are still echoing in my ears. I can never get over Jessica Jonas. It’s never easy for a Marvel fan to do so.She has freakin’ super strength, can basically fly, resolves to face her problems head on, and has the resourcefulness and observational skills that make her amazing at her day job to boot. Jessica Jones doesn’t angst about or try to hide her super powers, because she doesn’t have to hide them. Plus, she knows how to crack a joke and deliver an inspirational message when she needs to.

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A Short RECAP OF ‘JESSICA JONES -SEASON 2’

 

Season two marked the celebration of female empowerment, debuting on International Women’s Day in 2018. The series has been noted for its encouragement of diversity in the use of a predominantly female cast and crew. Indeed, the third season could well feature a new female lead in the form of Jones’ sister Trish Walker, potentially making her debut as the infamous ‘Hellcat.

Season two ended with the growing tensions between Jones and her sister Trish Walker, who murdered Jones’ mother in the season finale (a crime which Jones took the fall for).

Season two marked the celebration of female empowerment, debuting on International Women’s Day in 2018. The series has been noted for its encouragement of diversity in the use of a predominantly female cast and crew. Indeed, the third season could well feature a new female lead in the form of Jones’ sister Trish Walker, potentially making her debut as the infamous ‘Hellcat.

Season two marked the celebration of female empowerment, debuting on International Women’s Day in 2018. The series has been noted for its encouragement of diversity in the use of a predominantly female cast and crew. Indeed, the third season could well feature a new female lead in the form of Jones’ sister Trish Walker, potentially making her debut as the infamous ‘Hellcat.

Season two ended with the growing tensions between Jones and her sister Trish Walker, who murdered Jones’ mother in the season finale (a crime which Jones took the fall for).

Everything we need to know about JESSICA JONES-Season 3

 

Will David Tennant’s Kilgrave be in Jessica Jones season three?

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David Tennant Killgrave

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David Tennant’s Kilgrave was a standout villain in Season 1, and despite his death in the finale, he still popped up in Season 2 to haunt Jessica’s damaged psyche. Given Tennant’s insane popularity in the Marvel fanbase, it seems likely that showrunner Melissa Rosenberg could find a place for him in the upcoming run of episodes.

His surprise reappearance in season two delivered one of the biggest shocks in Jessica Jones season two, and it seems it isn’t out of the question that David Tennant’s character Kilgrave could make one last appearance in season three.

Replying to a fan bemoaning the show’s cancellation and the loss of the iconic character, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg said on Twitter, “Not quite yet!”

What about Luke Cage?

 

In frame:Luke Cage

Luke Cage (Mike Colter) was introduced in Jessica Jones Season 1 before landing his own eponymous Marvel series. The pair appeared together on The Defenders, but he didn’t show up in Jessica Jones Season 2.

In the comics, the characters are deeply tied to one another, which played out mostly in their rocky relationship during Season 1, so it’d make sense for Luke to get some screen time.

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However, there have been no rumblings about his return, and now that he has his own series — and since The Defenders, the last hint at their connection, isn’t coming back — the chances seem even less likely.

Krysten Ritter’s directorial debut!

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Jessica Jones

“I am beyond thrilled to make my directorial debut on Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” Ritter said in a statement. “The entire crew and cast has become family to me, and I’m so appreciative of the opportunity to work with our incredible team in this new way. I am so grateful that Melissa Rosenberg, Jeph Loeb, Marvel, and Netflix entrusted me to take the reins.”

Reason for Netflix’s withdrawl from Marvel Drama

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Netflix Marvel Collaboration

Back in 2013, Netflix was still new to the “original content” game and needed strong brands like Marvel. Now, in 2019, the streaming giant is well known for its popular Netflix Originals, and the amount of content they release seems to increase every month. The success of The Umbrella Academy demonstrates that Netflix doesn’t need Marvel for comic book adaptations any more.

Jumpshot had only been monitoring Netflix viewing habits since 2016, but they were able to demonstrate declining viewing figures across the board. The trend suggested that viewers were interacting with Marvel as a single brand, rather than with each show individually.

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There were some exceptions; The Punisher and Daredevil seemed more resistant to the decline in viewership. But on the whole, this report meant the future looked very bleak for Marvel

Netflix. This provided some justification for Netflix’s recent decisions, such as the cancellation of Iron Fist and their insistence on cutting Luke Cage down to 10 episodes in order to reduce costs.

Showrunner Steve Lightfoot remained optimistic, even suggesting that The Punisher season 3 could pick up Charlie Cox’s Daredevil and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin as secondary characters. No doubt hopes were buoyed a little by news that season 2 viewership hadn’t declined at the same rate as the other Marvel Netflix shows.

But those hopes were destined to be dashed; on February 18, 2019, Netflix officially canceled both The Punisher and Jessica Jones, with the upcoming Jessica Jones season 3 to be the last Marvel Netflix series.

“We are grateful to Marvel for five years of our fruitful partnership,” Netflix noted, “and thank the passionate fans who have followed these series from the beginning.”

Ultimately, Jessica has the chance to end her series as a damaged but indestructible woman in control of her own life and psyche. If the final season can get her there, it’s going to be remembered as a pillar of the much beloved Netflix Marvel Cinematic Universe pantheon.

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